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Channel Partners: How to Upsell Office 365

Give Your Customers They Tools They Need, Wherever They Are

"Would you like to upgrade for a dollar more?" is a classic example of an effective upsell pitch.

Upselling, of course, is a sales technique used to sell additional solutions, tools or services...

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Comparing O365 and GSuite: 3 Major Considerations

Weighing Productivity Suites from Microsoft and Google

You’re going out of town this weekend and have room for only one extra pair of shoes - do you bring your hiking boots or running shoes? Both are great options, but what is better for you depends on...

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Breaking Down Microsoft Voice Deployment Options

Microsoft Skype for Business represent a transformational shift across every level of business communications.  This shift will change how IT teams support and manage business communication technologies.  A successful UC deployment starts with...

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Microsoft Skype for Business and the Benefits That Come with It

So you've probably heard of Skype, but did you know that there is a version of the software that's meant specifically for business? It's called Skype for Business, and it's solved a lot of problems for a lot of companies. While the original Skype is...

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Office 365: Bet You Didn't Know...

So you finally got Office 365. Or maybe you've had it for years. Either way, you know about Word and Excel. You used PowerPoint for that presentation last week, but there's a lot more to Microsoft's Office 365. Here are a few things you can do with the...

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Understanding Microsoft PBX Solution

When you move your business to Microsoft Office 365 you’re providing anywhere, anytime access to the business tools your organization has already been using for years.

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Turning Office 365 into a Phone System

No, this is not a blog announcing a new Microsoft telephony service. 

Despite the software giant’s increased presence in the telecom market in the past few years, Microsoft only offers audio through voice over IP (VoIP) in its unified...

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